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  1. Vol. 57 No. 1, p. 75-78
     
    Received: June 19, 1964


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doi:10.2134/agronj1965.00021962005700010024x

Effects of Phosphorus and Other Treatments on the Development of Red Fescue, Merion, and Common Kentucky Bluegrass1

  1. F. V. Juska,
  2. A. A. Hanson and
  3. C. J. Erickson2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Accumulation of P in leaves of Merion exceeded that in common bluegrass. Top growth of Merion was significantly greater and root weights significantly less than common bluegrass. Red rescue outyielded common bluegrass in all plant components except rhizomes. Results indicate that these grass species can tolerate high levels of P and that the upper limits of tolerance were not attained in these studies.

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